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6G does not exist, yet it is already here! – IX

Wireless networks are everything but wireless. The “core” part is basically undistinguishable from the wireline network, however, their edges are quite different, of course, comprising base stations, poles, antennas … but still very “fixed” indeed. For many years these edges have been “passive”, dumb. Their role was to convert the …

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Digital Transformation: Impact on jobs – VI

jo Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality, more and more, are becoming the tools to access the cyberspace. As more and more data are available and artificial intelligence/data analytics dig into these data creating new ones the complexity of the information exceeds the analytical capability of the single worker, yet this …

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There’s so much more than concrete and steel …

I had the opportunity of discussing the wireless tower business with Oscar Cicchetti, who has a very in-depth knowledge of the telecom biz (he was head of a major Telecom Operator network infrastructure, head of international Biz and more recently head of a Tower Infrastructure company) and he made several …

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Smart Autonomous Ships

Intel and Rolls Royce have announced a collaboration to create a world wide system to support autonomous ship navigation to make commercial shipping safer and more effective. The oceans are huge, and seas are quite broad too, so it would seem that autonomous navigation shouldn’t be such a big issue. …

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Towards self organising networks

One of the potential of 5G is its capability to hand over the control of communications resources to applications/users. These can self organise their network capabilities/resources. To what extent this will happen remains to be seen, since Network Operators are not likely to open up their network resources. Network slicing …

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Carrying 10 Exabyte of cars generated data

Toyota announced on August 10th the creation of the Automotive Edge Computing Consortium, along with Intel, Ericsson, Denso Corp, NTT and NTT Docomo. The consortium has the goal of developing an ecosystem for connected cars able to leverage on the huge amount of data that vehicles, and particularly autonomous vehicles …

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